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Computer vision is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that allows computers and systems to extract useful information from digital photos, videos, and other visual inputs, as well as take actions or make recommendations based on that data.
Computer vision teaches computers to execute these tasks, but with cameras, data, and algorithms rather than retinas, optic nerves, and the visual brain. It does all this in a fraction of the time because a system trained to check items or monitor a production asset can assess hundreds of products or processes per minute, detecting faults or issues that are invisible to humans.
A computer vision engineer's job is to use deep/machine learning and mathematical architectures in code to help computers "see." A computer vision engineer, often known as a CV engineer, is a computer science specialist that works with software to process and analyze enormous data sets in order to automate predictive decision-making using visuals.
To complete difficult tasks and supervised learning as part of computer vision activities, they need vast amounts of data and statistics. CV engineers also devote a significant portion of their time to developing and implementing machine learning and computer vision systems for their client enterprises and larger corporations. Moreover, to facilitate the implementation of embedded architectures in current programs and devices, the engineers collaborate closely with other experts, frequently from domains other than computer science.
Image recognition, machine learning, networking and communication, deep learning, artificial intelligence, computing, data science, and image/video segmentation are just a few of the systems that computer vision engineers are familiar with. Their primary work includes:
Companies all over the world wish to hire skilled Computer Vision Engineers. But recruiting the best Computer Vision Engineers is difficult, as thousands of companies compete to hire from the limited pool of qualified Computer Vision Engineers. The shortage of experienced developers also means hiring top Computer Vision Engineers is a costly and time-consuming affair.
So, what's the solution? Is it possible to hire Computer Vision Engineers cost-effectively and quickly without compromising on quality?
The answer is yes.
Turing offers companies top remote Computer Vision engineers at half the price. We select the best remote Computer Vision Engineers after testing their expertise in many areas like Machine Learning, TensorFlow, PyTorch, Python, Keras, etc.
Companies can now build a team of top remote Computer Vision Engineers in just a few days with Turing.
Including top companies backed by: